Cocoa flavanols can help improve brain function, according to a new study.
Regular intake of optimal quantity of dark chocolate can reverse the effects of aging.
Have you ever wondered about the advantages of consuming a dartk chocolate? Latest studies highlights that dark choocolate is the best alternate solution for improving the heart diseases.
A study reveals that eating small amounts of chocolate a day can lower the risk of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.
Scientists are taking a closer look at the physics that take place in a chocolate fountain. The new findings may answer the question of why the falling "curtain" of chocolate pulls inward rather than falling straight downward.
Chocolate has a distinct smell. Now, though, researchers may have found a way to modify the smell of chocolate with the help of the yeasts used to ferment cocoa during chocolate production.
Scientists have taken a closer look at chocolate and the tree it comes from, and have traced back the origins of the plant.
Eating chocolate may help reduce your risk of heart disease, according to recent findings published in the journal Heart.
Want to beat your midday slump? Then you may want to eat some dark chocolate.
There are some people who are serious about their chocolate--and one scientific team is definitely in this category.
Candies and flowers are probably number one on your gift list for this Valentine's Day. However, if you have a milk allergy, just be careful. According to new research from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), even dark chocolate may contain hidden milk ingredients.
You may want to be careful what you eat. Scientists have found that commercial samples of chocolate purchased in Brazil contain varying levels of lead and cadmium, which could both cause health problems-particularly for children.